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Pepperpot
Member since Nov-20-11 · Last seen Nov-30-11
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   Pepperpot has kibitzed 70 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-29-11 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
 
Pepperpot: <Ackerman had no comment, referring questions to her attorney, Dean Weitzman.> I knew there'd be one in there somewhere! <Philadelphia's schools chief Arlene Ackerman stepped down unexpectedly Monday with three years remaining on her contract, ending an embattled tenure ...
 
   Nov-29-11 London Chess Classic (2011) (replies)
 
Pepperpot: Good luck getting through immigration.
 
   Nov-28-11 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
Pepperpot: I call on <keypusher> and <AnalyzeThis> to withdraw their chorus of thanks.
 
   Nov-28-11 Paul Morphy (replies)
 
Pepperpot: <The games were played even-up, with no odds given. Is this true?> No.
 
   Nov-28-11 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
Pepperpot: The <London Classic> will be in China? First, the Arabs, then the Russians, now even the Chinese are buying up our once great capital.
 
   Nov-28-11 Anand vs Karpov, 2001 (replies)
 
Pepperpot: She was too young, I think.
 
   Nov-28-11 Akiba Rubinstein (replies)
 
Pepperpot: Two answers suggest themselves: i)pathological shyness; ii)off chasing an imaginary fly.
 
   Nov-26-11 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
Pepperpot: <Kramnik> lost 13 ELO points at the <Tal>. Dude will never see 2800 again. http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail...
 
   Nov-26-11 Alekhine vs A V Aguirre, 1929
 
Pepperpot: <Alekhine's opponent in the following game was Lieutenant Colonel Alphonso Vida. Virtually all sources give the opponent's name as Avida. The game was first published by Herman Helms in the <Brooklyn Daily Eagle> and was taken by him from a letter that he had received ...
 
   Nov-26-11 A Vajda vs Alekhine, 1921 (replies)
 
Pepperpot: <According to Foldeak, this game was played on a train taking Alekhine and Vajda to the tournament of Budapest 1921.> According to <Skinner & Verhoeven>, <Foldeak> claimed the game was played at Budapest train station, waiting for a train to take <Alekhine>
 
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